September 2020 and Beyond: Coronavirus Insights from Current and Prospective International Students

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Wondering how current and prospective international students are adapting to the current coronavirus climate?  

The QS ongoing survey of prospective international students throughout the coronavirus crisis has now been opened to existing students. 

This September report covers the key findings from these two student groups, including:  

  • What does learning look like for current international students? 
  • How are universities addressing the crisis? 
  • When do prospective international students expect to start their studies? 

Please fill out the short form to download your free copy of the report today.  

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